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Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Testing the Influence of Ambivalence on Vote Switching in the German Multi-party Context

Klara Dentler

In the decades after World War II, advanced democratic systems were traditionally characterized by low electoral volatility. Arguably this has been changing over the last two decades since volatility and vote switching are increasing. 1 A

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Silence Sits in Places

Chronic Illness and Memory in Northern Morocco

Federico Reginato

, and they were embodied in the discourses with my interlocutors. Too many encounters ended with a kind request to change the subject or to not report the story that I had heard. Some ended with a sense of mystification and incomprehension at my research

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Changing Times—A Time for Change

Museums in the COVID-19 Era

Noga Raved and Havatzelet Yahel

methods and sources of information. First, we consider how the pandemic changed the atmosphere in which museums operate; second, we provide information on the gathering of data and the surveys; third, we present six main methods that museums developed to

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Climate Change and the Museum

Decolonizing and Decarbonizing Parallels and Consequences

David C. Harvey

secure the building against climate changes that can come in the future.” January 2022: As Storm Malik hit Denmark from the northwest, forecasts predicted that the area around the Viking Ship Museum would be affected by water levels not seen since the

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Changing Monsoonal Waterworlds

Sensing Delta Volatility through Hilsa Fish

Beth Cullen

Eriksen, this issue), this article examines experiences of changing delta waterworlds by focusing on one species of fish. Based on fieldwork in Bangladesh, I explore volatility within the Bengal Delta by following hilsa, known scientifically as Tenualsoa

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Climate Change and Resilience Perspectives

Brazilian Museums and Their Challenges

Marcus Vinicius Rosário da Silva and Sheila Walbe Ornstein

According to Janet Swim and colleagues (2017: 102) , “climate change is considered by the scientific community to be one of the major environmental issues of the 21st century.” Museums, in turn, can exhibit the risks of climate change, and

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Multidisciplinary peer-mentoring groups facilitating change?

A critical educational praxis perspective

Melina Aarnikoivu, Matti Pennanen, Johanna Kiili, and Terhi Nokkala

and Attebury 2010 ; Paglis et al. 2006 ; Thomas et al. 2015 ), as well as for universities as institutions ( Bozionelos et al. 2011 ; Noonan et al. 2007 ; Schmidt and Faber 2016 ). Moreover, mentoring can facilitate institutional change ( Angelique

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Changing Narratives of Intimate Partner Violence

A Longitudinal Photo-Ethnography

Heith Copes, Lindsay Leban, and Jared Ragland

midst of an experience differ from the way they tell stories after it. New events, changes within the relationship or within individuals, and changes in circumstances can lead people to shift their narratives and redefine themselves and others

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Clashing Scales and Accelerated Change

Two Cases from Norway

Thomas Hylland Eriksen

agriculture. Crisis occurs, seen from an anthropocentric perspective, when humans suffer or are deprived of resources as a result; or one could, as some of the contributors to this special issue do, emphasise the broader ecological impact of planned changes

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Changing Places, Changing People

Critical Heritages of Migration and Belonging

Susannah Eckersley

places (somewhere) – are usually considered to be inherently material (or tangible) due to their physicality. Such notions of belonging may be particularly important within the context of migration (including forced migration), border change or